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Lifeforce again?

The one and only. Did we have it before? I'd forgotten.

Review: Lifeforce (1985)

-Bill
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The one and only. Did we have it before? I'd forgotten.

Review: Lifeforce (1985)

-Bill

MrG posted it in August. Senior moment?
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MrG posted it in August. Senior moment?

Hey, you got the point both times. You could be gracious in victory.

(Yikes. He used the same shot I have in my review. I got nothing but senior moments these days).

-Bill
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I got nothing but senior moments these days).

-Bill

Don't worry, there will be occasional lucid periods.
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Name that movie:

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The Vampire Lovers (1970)

-Bill
Edited by wmcclain - 12/16/13 at 10:28am
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That's Ingrid Pitt in The Vampire Lovers.
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That's Ingrid Pitt in The Vampire Lovers.

You obviously have a good eye for certain outlines.

Review: The Vampire Lovers (1970)

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-Bill
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My wife has become a huge fan of Peter Cushing in the past few years (the lady never ceases to surprise me LOL). I appreciate the film for Ms. Pitt's obvious charms. Thanks for posting!
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Name that movie.


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Promised Land - 2012

Edited by Mr.G - 12/18/13 at 7:12am
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Name that movie.


I just saw this last week....Promised Land with Matt Damon. Not as good as I expected, but not bad.
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Name that movie:

Lavc54.86.100

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Much Ado About Nothing

-Bill
Edited by wmcclain - 12/18/13 at 9:31am
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I just saw this last week....Promised Land with Matt Damon. Not as good as I expected, but not bad.

Correct! Promised Land (2012)

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Directed by Gus Van Sant and starring Matt Damon, John Krasinski, Frances McDormand, and Hal Holbrook. I was disappointed in the film and felt the issue of "fracking' or hydraulic fracturing to extract natural gas and other elements was not delved into sufficiently. With the screenplay written by Damon and Krasinski I was expecting much more. In the end it felt short on science, long on lukewarm drama and populated with too many stereotypes. It seemed like the producers didn't want to upset anyone. 6/10.

Hydraulic fracturing
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Name that movie:

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-Bill


Hey Nonny Nonny! I believe that's Joss Whedon's recent adaptation of Much Ado About Nothing.
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Hey Nonny Nonny! I believe that's Joss Whedon's recent adaptation of Much Ado About Nothing.

Mini review: it's supposed to be a comedy. If you are a fan of Whedon and his crew then it might be worthwhile.

The title is naughty Shakespeare. A man has a "thing". What does a woman have? "No-thing". Ha-ha. Big joke. The play is about the turmoil regarding a bride's virginity.

He uses the same joke in Othello and a couple of times in Hamlet.


-Bill
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Leave it to Bill to pan Shakespeare. smile.gif
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Leave it to Bill to pan Shakespeare. smile.gif

When it comes to double meanings, he's like a kid with a new toy.

-Bill
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Name that movie:



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The Awful Truth (1937)

-Bill
Edited by wmcclain - 12/19/13 at 12:56pm
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I'm not sure which specific movie it is, but that looks like Asta, so I'll guess The Thin Man. You'll probably tell me that it's one of the sequels, though, huh? smile.gif
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I'm not sure which specific movie it is, but that looks like Asta, so I'll guess The Thin Man. You'll probably tell me that it's one of the sequels, though, huh? smile.gif

No comment! No point!

-Bill
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Name that movie:



-Bill

The Awful Truth ?
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The Awful Truth ?

Yes, and that is Asta...

Review: The Awful Truth (1937)

-Bill
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Yes, and that is Asta...

Review: The Awful Truth (1937)

No partial credit? Geez... smile.gif
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Name that movie.


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Supernova - 2000.

Edited by Mr.G - 12/22/13 at 7:24am
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Supernova?
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Name that movie:

Lavc54.59.100

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A Christmas Carol (1951)

-Bill
Edited by wmcclain - 12/20/13 at 3:43pm
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Name that movie:

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-Bill

A Christmas Carol, of course! Or Scrooge, if you prefer the British title. There's an unnecessarily colorized Tiny Tim.
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A Christmas Carol, of course! Or Scrooge, if you prefer the British title. There's an unnecessarily colorized Tiny Tim.

Tiny Tim, enjoying his Christmas gin. Yes, that was sneaky, using the colorized DVD. I hear the Blu-ray is good quality, but I haven't seen it.

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-Bill
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Tiny Tim, enjoying his Christmas gin. Yes, that was sneaky, using the colorized DVD. I hear the Blu-ray is good quality, but I haven't seen it.
-Bill

I have the latest VCI Blu-ray and the Video quality is quite excellent. Best I've ever seen the film look.
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Supernova?

That's the one! Supernova (2000).

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I was reminded of this title by someone asking for a Blu-ray release in the software forum. My only memory of this movie was the weightless sex scene with James Spader and Angela Bassett floating inside the spaceship bubble. Later I found out that their faces had been superimposed on another couple. Things like this happened in the very troubled production of this box-office bomb, in fact the problems with this film were more than I could have imagined and are nicely chronicled by writer Gregory Moss.

Supernova – feature review (July 11, 2013).

Mr. Moss sandwiches Supernova in between Event Horizon and Sunshine - movies with a similar premise - a bogeyman unleashed on an unsuspecting space crew. On the plus side the movie has a very interesting look and the set designs are nicely done. The anamorphic DVD was released in August 2000 with 5.1 Dolby Digital sound. Would I buy the Blu-ray if released? Maybe if the price was right, after all I also own the other two films mentioned. 5/10.
Edited by Mr.G - 12/22/13 at 7:29am
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Thanks for posting the review - very interesting background. Watched it on MGM-HD some time back, the studio futzing shows but it still has some bright spots. The story behind the screen (and the talent involved) is telling. I'd be interested in watching a longer cut even it it didn't necessarily improve things greatly. Yeah, I'd buy a blu and let it sit next to Sunshine, Event Horizon and Saturn 3 smile.gif
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